The Spider-Man: Homecoming crew moved production to NYC recently, so there are a generous amount of images of Tom Holland sitting on fire escapes, possibly meeting Tony Stark, and wearing this tourist-friendly outfit.Read More
And it's a classic image from Batman canon.
It's a classic image from Batman canon that many fans are familiar with from both the comics as well as live-action and animated adaptations.Read More
The actor says he hopes he'll "get to play Commissioner Gordon in a handful of movies.”Read More
Just look at that pump.
In an Instagram photo shared by his personal trainer, you can see the shred that now makes up the vast majority of J.K. Simmons' body.Read More
J.K. Simmons plays a fantastic stern dad, something Stephen Colbert brought up on The Late Show. "Anytime a stern father praises you in any way, it means twice as much," Colbert says as the two proceed to give the audience compliments the only way an emotionally-stunted father-figure can.Read More
No! Our dreams of the best thing about the first Spider-Man movie trilogy (J.K. Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson) becoming part of the Marvel movie universe have been dashed! It seems Simmons will take a swing at DC next as Commissioner Gordon.Read More
Awesome new voices, our fave Jennifer Yuh Nelson, Hans Zimmer, and baby pandas.Read More
The New Terminator Genisys Trailer Has J.K. Simmons Explaining Things Are “Really, Really Complicated”
If it's not complicated, it's not time travel!
So we finally got a look at J.K. Simmons in new Terminator Genisys stills the other day but I think after you watch the new trailer you'll agree his delivery might steal the show. Also, OH SHIT IS THAT A NEW KIND OF TERMINATOR?!?!?!Read More
We've seen a few of these images in moving form via the Terminator Genisys trailer but Empire Magazine gives us a few new looks at the upcoming film. And yes, we've got some J.K. Simmons!Read More
Now do Jedi for the role reversal!
Since you probably didn't get to see it for yourself, here's the moment from last night's Empire Strikes Back table read in L.A. when Ellen Page and Jessica Alba (Han and Leia) acknowledged their feelings for each other. If you listen closely, you can also join the cast in laughing at a very, um, enthusiastic audience member's reaction to the kissing narration.Read More
He's quite clever, you know... for a human being.
Every year Jason Reitman assembles a team of actors for a one-time, live reading of a classic film in LA. And 2014's selected script is strong enough to pull the ears off a gundark: prepare yourself for The Empire Strikes Back, starring Aaron Paul as Luke!Read More
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At some point, commercials for insurance stopped being about the drama that befalls us after tragedy and became sources of comedy and entertainment. But one of the more memorable campaigns belongs to Farmers Insurance and its spokescharacter Professor Nathaniel Burke of the University of Farmers, who is played by JK Simmons. The cult-astic actor, who appeared as J. Jonah Jameson in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy, has maintained his Marvel connections by appearing with X-Men: First Class's Beast in this cross-promotional spot. Beast -- not played by Nicholas Hoult here -- is an "X-change student" from "the X-Men school," whose counterpart is used as target practice by Havok (who is played by Lucas Till in a scene from the movie). (Spinoff Online)Read More
Not only does this new Portal 2 video remind us of how funny the game is going to be, or how much we all love the sing-songy gun turrets, but it's narrated by Aperture Science Founder and CEO Cave Johnson, voiced by the talented and hilarious J.K. Simmons. Portal 2 releases April 19, which is only a couple of weeks away.
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Over at PAX East, the guys at Piki Geek were able to capture some footage of a Portal 2 demonstration, which featured some of the intro, and an appearance by J.K. Simmons as new main character Cave Johnson, Aperture Science founder and CEO. The shaky-cam video doesn't contain story spoilers, unless you consider the game's humorous tutorial or the existence of J.K. Simmons a spoiler, but you're already aware of those things after having read the previous sentence, so what harm can watching the video do?
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